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Eddie London and Ku'ulei Funn, editor

Shades of Orwell: When property goes, so does privacy
Google applauded for resisting Justice Deparment subpoena

The nationwide panic engendered by the Justice Department’s subpoena to Google was, according to many lawyers and scholars, a mistake. Timothy Wu, a law professor at Columbia, said that the only interesting aspects of the case concern technical rules of legal procedure. “This particular subpoena does not raise serious privacy issues,” he said. [More]

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Bush gasps for air: State of Union crowned by deceit, flawed logic

In the aftermath of the bombings in London, Prime Minister Tony Blair asked the British people to remain calm and maintain their daily routines; the terrorists win, he said, if one gives in to fear. This, you may remember, was also George W. Bush’s response after Sept. 11, when he called on Americans to return to our shopping malls and not be afraid. [More]


President Bush speaking to the nation

White House photo credit: Eric Praper

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